Found on the verge of a cliff, containing Van Hallen 1984 album, the tape exclusively holds the record of the desert landscape. A soft breeze, solar cycles and sand shift are all inscribed on the legendary rock band record.
In this sound piece a tape induced noise takes shape of a soundscape. Van Hallen is only present as a distant ghost whereas the properties of the landscape inscribed on the original record come out forward. A pure shape unfolds in the scenery while the soundtrack shifts from electromagnetic silence to noise.